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Mount Vernon signal: October 9, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914100901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 9, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. .WfilRi' MT. VERNON, J KwiP will I Ztt Smw&51 mi COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY OCT. ml 9, '-- Established 1887 - ammmmmmmmmmammmmummmammmmHmmmmiimmmxmmmmmmmmmmvmmmmmmmimaamimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKM-- ROCKCASTLE 1914 NUMBER &0 .. JP:7W The Exclusive fur fabric Hindu Lynx This soft, lustrous fur fabric is more than a novelty now women everywhere have accepted it as the most beautiful and effective of fur fabrics. Bischof lakes peculiar delight in designing this exclusive material into the most charming models. It is being produced this season in green, brown and blue, as well as black. The illustration here can give you only a faint idea of its charm and distinction. To really appreciate the beauty of this lustrous, rich, silky material you must see it, feel it. To enthuse over the wonderful skill with which that master designer, Bischof, has worked up every detail of finish in these garments, you must examine them. And to realize how vastly becoming they will be on your figure, you must try them on. Every new feature of the season, including many of Bischof s own touches are embodied in these coats they are the last word' in fashion. Come in and see them, try them on, pick yours from the number of beautiful styles we are showing. m . Sutton imODHKAI). & McBee i happy mother of a beautiful baby girl a few weeks old No reason THE EXPOSITIONS should not rejoice Mr. and Mrs. Levi Sowder, of wh, Grand-da- d Preach ersville, were the guests of is there? -- Mr. aud. Mrs. Allen Mr. : nd Mrs. J. T. Lawrence last Hiatt, of Quail, were in town last Three months from today the of New week. A. E. Albright attended Friday. E. J. Hamui, the Baughman stock sile in Stan Hope, was with his brother, R H. San Diego Exposition will be ford last week. Mr. and Mrs. M Hauitu last week. Dee Cummins opened to the world. On this day A. .Stevens are rejoicing over the was in town last Saturday locat- occurs the formal opening of the arrival of a fine baby bov on last ing the boys who had enough Panama Canal whose .completion Sunday. Mrs. Elizabath Oliver money to pay their taxes. A. J is to be celebrated by the two exsold a small tract of land to Rich- Leece, of Williamsburg, was the positions at San Francisco and ard Belew at 20. per acre. Mrs. guest of R. S. Shivel the latter San Diego. No other event ha V. Wil mouth Elder, the aged mother part of last week. Dr. E been marked by celebrations of Graveley was in Middlesboro last this sort, and no other event has died at the of our Jacob Elder, home of her son, David Elder, neai Saturday, the guest . of Mr. aud been of such prime importance to Quail, Thursday of last week. She Mrs. H. H. Hutcheson. Mrs Ida tire country which is celebrating. was taken suddenly ill about 5 Miller and children, of Oklahoma The striking features of the expoo'clock a. m. just after eating a are with her mother aud sister, sitions is that they are celebrahearty breakfast, and died in Mrs. Bettie Tharp and Mrs. Floy tions not alone of something about two hours. We extend to Francisco this week. They will which is completed and goue on. the relatives our sympathy. Dr. probably remain here several but rathe-o- f something: which is W. E Graveley is having a sec weeks. Dr. W. F. Carter was in ahead; they might be considered onH story put on his residence, Louisville last Friday aud Satur- as heralding the mightier growth which will add greatly to the ap- day. E. E. Snyder, Superinten of the West thru presenting to the pearance, and is having other dent of this division ot the Louis- world the opportunities th wOCf ch .nges made that will add much ville & Nashville Raiiroad Uo. was offers. Europe today is plunged in the to the convenience. J. H. Wil- here last week to talk new depot liams has cnarge of the work, with the town Board of Trustees, greatest war of all time, and in and as every body knows is the and assured them that Brodhead 1915 will not receive the 500,000 right man to push the work thru. was soon to have a depot second to American tourists who have gone He claimed there each year. When complete ttie doctor wil none in these parts. Since those have one of the best residences in that the matter of finance now was tourists cannot go to Europe they tuwn. We happened to write a the only thing in the way, are coming beyond a doubt to the little sketch about "Chuck'' and urged the Board to not push West coast, and here they will see Frith last week, and come in a dot the matter to strong just now, and sights beside which those of Fn getting whipped, so we have de- , that in the near future we would rope, and Asia, and AfnVa. nmm,r,f termined not to say thing more of have a depot that no town would to little. No other country in the him except that some one tore his be ashamed of. The Board is not' world has the majestic harmony shirt almost off of him last inclined to be Laty about the mat-- f of sea and canyons and mountains Wednesday trying to put more ter. yet they are not inclined to and forests and valleys beneath black on him, and we are satisfied thing that the Big L. &N. are not the clear blue sky of thp Ami that Chuck suffered them to do able to finance that sort of im-- 1 "an West. But it is more than a scenic this in order to try fool some one provement, and will keep right after Mr. Snyder, and those in tour. It is a o.yage of discovery now. we are all on else, but authority, until something is done, for the men of the East who know Uncle "Pompie" Cass, as he is known has recently chang- -R- obert Chappel, a brakeman, nothing of the opportunity that is and living here, feH thru the opening awaiting them on the coast They ed his name to Grand-dad- , actually he has grown consider in the bottom of a gondola at New know vaguely that the (Jaual will ably since he has merited the new Haven Wednesday night and forty bring the West coast much near- name. A short time ago he only ears passed over him. His exper- - er the older cities of the East and weighed 127 pounds, and we leuce cost him one finger and across the Atlantic. They do not weighed him today and he tips the in my u.uimw. ne as orougnt. realize that the hinterland of the -- est coast is going to be scales at 175. His son, Owen Cass opened is the proud father of a fioe boy v.iuuii mun- - up to industry and commerce for old, and his daugh- day and Wednesday having dental the reason that the railroads several months from ter, Mrs. Katie Roberts, is the work done' e. coast will carry . traffic from 1 ry lul?!" ,... 4 the East ever the mountains, and nearby lies a Hopi pueblo, with a from the lack country out to row of small adobe houses of the the coast and back to the East Rio Grande tribesmen filling in again. the far side. The interior of the The great service of the Expo-- ' adobe houses is like that of the sitions will bu to briusr neonle coventor's ualace at Santa Fe. thru the West country. It will, There are trading posts, and cor-- I be to show them what the West rals for horses and for sheep and country offers in the way of agri- goats and cattle. Almost ia the cultural development. That is center are two "kivas", one of the underthe prime reason for the emphasis ancient variety, entirely which the San Diego Exposition ground; the other of later date, in is laying upon its agricultural fea- - which the roof ot the "kivai" is a ures the most important agri- few leet above the ground surface. cultural exhibit which has ever There are outcropping of rock )een held. Visitors to the world's thru the sand and the rock is uniraits of former years saw tanning formly a close copy of the red nachinery standing idle in a great sandstone with theoccasional lurid hall of machinery, and paid little colors which appear in the real mention to it because thoy could Painted Desert of Arizona. The .1 t understand it fully At San cactus and much of the rock and Diego they will see this machinery the cedar posts have been brought nut it will be at work in a tract from New Mexico and Arizona. sown to various graius and grasses A dozen or two of the red men the rows, have been at San Diego for two moving up and down performing just the same service or three months building the it is supposed to perform on the pueblos and the adobe houses, great farms of the West. Of and making sure that in the smalsuch an exhibit they will have an lest details the vivid resemblance undertaking. They will look long to real Southwest Indian life is and they will remain long. And carried out. those visitors to whom the oper On the Desert all thru the year ation of an SO or 160 acre farm the red men will be weaving their cm mean little, will also see the rugs and blankets, shaping their model intensive farm down the pottery, and pounding out metal Alameda where on five acres of ornaments as they and their anlaud is grown as much as on four cestors have done for centuries. jr five times as much space under Each night in the kivas will be old conditions The effort is to performed the ceremonial rites of show that new ideas have come the various tribes represented on about, and that today by scientific the Desert. methods the far mar can support Around the entire Painted Desniuiself and his family easily, and ert runs an adobe wall with an oclay aside a considerable surplus casional gap which is filled with a annually from one of these small stockade of cedar posts. The tracts. It is a lesson of itnpor-tuic- e Desert has already proved, even to the city man who has had in its uncompleted condition, one little success and wants to leave of the most striking attractions on die city, but does not know how to the grounds. get back to the land. No exposition is complete withMighty things have been done in the West out its amusement concessions 111 recent years, but there are still At San Diego there is a street mightier things to be done, be- 25OO feet long, having a froutago cause the resources of the great consequently of nearly one mile, West are hardly tapped as yet. which today is practically entireApplications for Similar in spirit is showing old ly alloted. things in new form is the display several hundred feet of space have )f the Southern Counties, whose been rejected bec.iuse the mancitrus orchard lies along the Ala agers of the Exposition felt the meda directly across from the attractions offered were old and model intensive farm. Instead of were not worthy of au exposition seeing a great stack of oranges which claims to have created new and lemons and grapefruit, the types in every department. The visitor will see the citrus fruits result is a street which Can Diego growing on the trees. He will be fully believes to be the best able to smell the fragrance of the amusement street which has been built. Several concessions al blooms. He will discover that the ready operating. orange really grows on a tree inDEAFNESS CANINOT BE stead of growing in which he has OURED always seen it in the fruit displays by local applications as they cau- back East. Adjoining this citru ; orchard is not reach the diseased portion of the tea plantation which has been the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by brought to San Diego from Ceylon constitutional remedies. Deaf The 200 tea plants are in charge ness is caused by an inflamed of a Singalese nurseryman, and condition of the mucous lining of thruout 1910 the natives willculti-th- e ot the Eustachian Tube. When trees and strip from them the this tube is inftammed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect commercial tea leaves, turning hear, and when it is entirely clos them over to the girls who will ed, Deafness is the result, and un cure them and prepare them for less the inflammation can be taken serving to visitors in the pavilion out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be at the center of the plantation. destroyed forever: nine cases out The progress made in" the two of ten are caused by Catarrh, months during which they have which is nothing but an inflamed been growing at San Diego, indi- condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dol cates that Sir Thos Upton's experiment has been successful and lars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot that tea of good cammercial value be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. can be grown in the Southwest. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Chenkv & Co , Toledo, O. There are distinct possibilities for a great American industry of the Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for confuture. stipation. The Painted Desert: FOR SALE Just within the north gate a The A. W. Stewart land on San Diego at the head of the Isthmus lies the "Painted Desert" Clear Creek, in Rockcastle Counof the Santa Fe Railway, the most ty, Ky., will sell as a whole or cut imporeaut Indian exhibit which into tracts to suit purchasers. This farm is well improved, has ever been staged. Starting has two splendid dwelling, two out with an estimated cost of $100,000, it is now thought likely large barns, two silos, and a numthe expenditure by the Santa Fe ber of tenant houses and small will considerably exceed that barns, and new wire fencing all amount. The "Desert" is divid- over farm. Write me for price aud terms ed by a mesa running north and south. High in the rock which if interested. So look the land covers this mesa on the west slope over and see the tobacco and corn growing on the laud. are the habitations of the W. T. Hicks, In cactus filled sands be Jellico, Tenn low them rise the habitations of 3t. of the Navajos and the other wanAll you who have torpid liver, weak vigesti m or constipated dering tribes, with here and there bowels look out for chills. The a "hogan" or log housa of the season is her and t,Vii air ic full . . hJ AUW vul iavajj&, aeu up ana nousing its of the disease germs. The best nd inhabitants A shallow arroyo thing to do is to get your liver in runs thru this little village. On good condition and purify the bowels. the east slope of the mesa is a stomach andremedy, it HERBINE is the right answers the great pueblo modeled after the p urpose completely. Price 5oc aucient one at Taos. In that oold by John Robins, Brodhead section is a Zuni pueblo, and y cliff-dweller- Hi;:: Cs Ii"ltlltl8tlllllltia........ ... """" T;JJJS?22S? 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Our prices average 25 to 50 per cent BELOW REGULAR Sensational PRICES' Bargains in Shoe 3f Clothing, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Hardware and Furniture Just received a new car of Old Reliable, best of all the American Fence at lower prices than ever sold for in Kockcastle County. Now is the time to buy your Fence. SPECIAL Bargains A Shoes Only a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. AVe were fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of Men's, Ladies', Boys', Misses and Children's Shoes and Oxfords that come from the best manufacturers in the whole country AVe AT OUR OWN PRICE. to allow our customers to reap the benefits of this remarkable purchase. pro-pos- e We shall turn them loose for spot cash"only Our prices all through our big line will open your eyes. Weaie practical Retail men. AVe know BARGAINS are what you want and, By George, we are going to see that you get 'em . NOW GET BUSY. - ......... ................. ..irrrrrzTTf??Tf .. U. G. ' t. (. ......... s. 9-- BAKER Rockcastle's Biggest a Store a " 9 ! ' W V. niUNIIHUIHtHIIHlSHflNmnNINSSuH; till aaaaaaZ.:ZZZZ:;TTTT m WyyyEwp 1 " T t " ' " Ml. VthNON Friday, SIGNAL 19 4 GANDDAl iKt Oct. y. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. INSCRIPTION' ONE YKAK $I.OO Hon. Nat. 8. SeweSI and John A. Creech Fail To File Certificates Advertising tales made known on application MEMKKK OF IICRNTUJ'KY I'RK-S- OPPONENTS GET TOGETHER ASSOCIATION &L3s: Mr. Sewell Issues Open Letter to the Voters of the Eleventh Congres sional District, in Which the Situs tion Is Clearly Explained. the simple expoclien of refraining Irom filing certificates o' nomination with the Secretary of State in time to get Iheir names on the Xo (Spocial.) Uy DEMOCRATIC TICKHT. V. S .Sfinttor Lonjr 'iVrm of rraiikluit. J. C, W. (IVh- U.S. "Senator Sin 'it Term M. Camden, of Versailles. J. la- - IJe-kha- iii, - Pbr Congress Nat B. Sewcll. of London. veniber ballot, .Nat 1". Sewell, of Lou don, Democratic nominee for Congres in the Eleventh (hstiict, anil John A Creech, ot Harlan, Progressive uoin. nee, have lelt the field open for Join II. Wilson, of Uarhourvillc, lndepenu em, to ilete it Congressman ('ale! Powers for with the com hincil stiength of Democrats, Progreh proail parties, that both of 11.5 t,ive a clear track to an independent He agreed to my proposal. rn conferring with members of the i "rties as to the most desirable candidate to run as an independent, John H. Wilson, former Congressman, of Rarboiirville, was suggested in almost every instance. Then I consulted Mr. Wilson and later Mr. Creech, and I met him together. He did not it any time ask either of us to withdraw in his favor, but said he was willing to make the race proided the opposition to Mr. Powers in the different parties desired it and Mr. Creech and myself felt it the best course to follow. "Thus it came about that Mr. Wilson is opposing Mr. Powers for Confess. I have made the statement many times, and in my speechat Somerset last Monday that I would any man whom I believed could be of higher and stronger service to die Eleventh district than myself in making this lace. I believe Mr. Wilson is the man, and I trust all those n all parties who have meant to me or Judge Creech and manv ithers who would not have supported either ot us, will use all honorable means to elect Mr. Wilson, and I fully believe this will be done. Sincerely NAT B. SEWELL." vours, j to s 01 1 - ,.- hiI to .hull e Creech dif-le- bringing down nine or ten of the panic stricken devils. Then they got hold of the stirrup straps of a horse without a rider and got out of the melee. Th's kind of thing was going on all day. "In the afternoon I thought Ov-e- we sives and Independent Republicans be Warmers sow more wheat and hind him. Mr. Sewell came to Frankfort am prepare for bigger crops in filed Wilson's petition with the Assist way. This is the advice that ant Secretary of State before the tiim conies from every business center. limit expired at midnight last night II the war in Europe continues. By agreement neither he nor Creecl filed their certificates of nomination lUld every indication i thai it will so the only names which will appea 1 a long drawn out struggle for on the ballots in the Eleventh distric e;ty supremacy. the value of bigger crops will be realized by all classes bef.sre another year has come and. gone. ilockcastle farmers have never pioduced enough to supply the county by nearly one hall, and this is something that should not A lillle more and better bo farming is all that Kockcasile needs and we have the evidence suflreinl to say, that the farmer who is making a kind of a failure it is more the fanner than the form. Goods box whittling, street corner gossipping and a thousand other ways of killing lime, accounts for many a failure tm the farm and in business as wdl The business man who st-with his business most generally succeeds, and likewise the farmer who stays with his arm, not many have ever been known to go ys will be those of Wilson and Power Wilson represented the district it Congress two terms several years ago All the other candidates nominated a1 the August primary have filed thei. certificates. In an open letter addressed to tin voters of the Eleventh district, e plaining the situation, Mr. Sewel says: Mr. Sewel I's Letter. "London. Ky., Oct. 5, 11)14 To tin Voters of the Eleventh Congressiona District: did not file my certificate o "As nomination in the office of the Seen tary of State before midnight of Oct ber 3, limit of the time for such filim my name will not appear upon the oil cial ballot on November 3 as the Den ocratie nominee for Congress in th Eleventh district. Neither did .Tudg. John A. Creech, of Harlan, the Pre pressive nominee, file his of nomination. Therefore, the on! candidates who have (tualilieil an whose names will appear upon theba lot for Congress in the Eleventh ar Culeb Powers, of Darbourville, Hepul Mean nominee, and John H. Wilson, c Harbourville, Independent, whose pet tion was filed in the office of the Set retary of State last Saturday, Octobc 3. In view of this, I deem it propc at this time to make you a brief stab meat regarding the situation in ou district in this contest for the pflk of Representative in Congress. "In 11)10, when Mr. Powers made hi first race upon a party plea of 'vind cation,' though partisan prejudice wa running slrong and the district wa Republican by about 15,00! Senator Elza Hertram, Democrat nominee, received a large Republics vote, cutting Mr. Powers majority f. below that received by Judge E. ( O'Rcar, Republican candidate for Go1 eri.or in 1!11. In 11)12 Mr. Powers r ceived 1S.5S1 voles, but the combine voe of his opponents was 21,3t which showed that there were near' h :i,000 more voters in the district opposed him than supported him. Hi the opposition was divided and M Powers won ove' ,dge Ren V. Siniti his nearest op,onent, by C.771 votes and Mr. Seavy by 0.4S7. "Now, alter making strong pubil statements that he did not intend t. be a candidate again, giving as a chie reason that he did not care to be in Congress where ho would be unable any constructive legishi tion for this district, he is asking tin people to return him to Congress fo a third term. Surely, Mr. Powers warmest friends can not urge his. eloc tion this time on the ground of 'vin dication,' for if the people of tin Eleventh owed him 'vindication thej have twice paid the debt; it not, the have paid twice too often. And cer tainly no one can justify a claim that his record of the past two terms ir Congress would entitle him to a third Then, why should he be elected? Opposition to Powers. "I have not the slightest doubt that s fully of our voters, coming fiom all political parties, feel that Mr Poweis should be retired from Congress and some man elected who could and would be of positive service to the district. The other third is composed of two elements; one that glories in following him blindly as a kind of martyr hero, and the other that supports him simply because he is the nominee of their political party and their sense of loyalty to the party emblem is so strong that they will not under any circumstances vote against any candidate whose name appears under the emblem. With the who want Mr. Powers in Congress I have no quarrel; they have a perfect right to support him. With the s who do not want him I desire to by using all honorable means to accomplish his defeat. "When I became a candidate I be lieved that Mr. Powers could be de fcated by uniting all honorable means 1 ly linngry. The Farm Smokehouse According to newspaper report lb fennels in Brooks county, Ilmvo gon back to Smokehouse system of curing iheir bacon. As a conseipipjico of this return toJirsl principles Hroks county is hwoming f innu.s lor bacon. Last ynr the county gained cason publicity by of a "bacon pninde,'' the featurool which was a large number of farm wagons laden with the hickory eureil piductsot tin farm smoke theold-fashion-ed cou.-ider-a-bi 1 houses. the Brooks county funnel s marketed their iios on tin hoof. Eventually they became tired of seeing the pork wh.ch lliey sold for 0 to S cents a pound brought back in the shape of bacon and hams and sold in thier own markets for 2O to 5 cents a pound. Oil occasions some of Lhein were compellel to bu bacon, ai.d they began to liud fault with a commercial system which wis responsible for such results. They got together and talked the matter over, and the outcome was the determination to re establish the smokehouses. Now most of then: are billing their hogs and cu tag their meats in the v,a, and thru they are marketing their hog's the fashioned product. They lind that their profits are larger than when they sold their hogs on the hoof, despite the fact that curing the meat involves considerable labor and expense. The passing of the Smokehouse from so many farms is to to be regretted. No better method ot curing meat has been discovered. The pjime product of the modern packing house is not equal to the bacon from the farm. The growth of tlie packing busi- ness 1ms, in a manner, driven the farm smokehouse out of existence, but at least one county in the . . . Uniled Slates i demosl rating that renl country bacon is still in de- maud and that with proper sys- tern the farmers can make it and market it to their financial advan tago. Courier .Journal. ante-bellun i- A Jew years ago s two-third- old-tim- e one-thir- d best-equippe- d care-hilly-cnr- two-third- ' I J When he chest feels on file and the throat burns, you have indigestion, and you need HER-BINto get rid ol the disagree-- a )le feeling. It drives ou badly jigested food, strengthens the stomach and purifies the bowels Price 5dc. Sold by John Robins, .lirodhead, Ky. 1 E pendent candidate. "Finding this sentiment very strong among the opposition to Mr. Powers and feeling that I had no right to let my candidacy stand in the way of a plan that would be fair and satlsfac- - a candidate I be- lleved that Mr. Powers could be de- feated by uniting the opposition to him in the three leading parties. ucr coming uetier acquainted witn the sentiment over the district I be lieved it more strongly. However, it is a hard proposition to get Repnb-i.eaaDemocrats and Progressives to unite upon a candidate running under either of these party devices. The only common ground upon which they can meet without feeling that they are aiding a rival party is upon an indes, t4"11,I1If Jis should all get bowled came for us again in their big numbers. Where they came from, good ncs knows; but as we could not stop them with bullets they had auother taste of the bayonet. Mj captain, a line fellow was near to me and as he letched them down he shouted: Give them socks my lads. How many were killed and wounded, I don't know, bul the field was covered with them Driver W. Moore of tne Royal Field Artillery, who is now in th London Hospital, gives his experience of the fighting at Mons The latter is addressed to the superin tendent of the training ship Corn wall of which Driver Moore, who is not yet 20 years of age is an "old boy." He was wounded in the leg by a piece of shrapnel. He said: RE "It was Sunday night when we saw the enemy. We were ready for action but were lying down to Coniitions on Continent Where have a rest when orders came to Ihe War Rages Are Most stand at our posts. It was about Alarming, According t o 4 a. m. on Monday when we start ed to fire; we were at it all day till Those Engaged. six p.m. when we started to ad v.tnee. "Then the bugle sounded the London, Oct. a. Letters from the front, arriving now in London, charge and the cavalry and infanat the sent back by the troops in the try charged like madmen trenches to relatives at home giv enemy; then the enemy fell back some interesting sidelights on the about forty miles, so we held at Wednesday when the bav till war. enemy was reinforced. A young officer who has seen the Then they came on to Mons an0 whole course of thecampaign from every man by that time we had the landing of the British troops woman and child out of the town. writes: "I wish you would try to make U'e were situated on a hill in a the people in England understand cornfield and we could see all over that they should be most exceed- the country. It was about 3 p.m, ingly thankful that tl ey are living and we started to let them have a up two of on an inland and not in the midst welcome bv blowing in about five minot ihe dreadful things which are their batteries Do utes; then the infantry let go and happening on the Continent. enforce upon the public that Eng- the battles were in full swing. In the middle of the ha tie a land must light this thing out, and must conquer even if it has to driver got wounded and asked to spend the blood of its young men see the colors before he died and like water. It will be far better and he was told by an officer that t lat every family thruout England the guns were his colors. He re shoul J have to suffer sorrow for plied: Tell the driver to keeptLeir one of its members than that Eng-- l eyes on their guns we lose our '' md should have to go thru sinii-h- r guns we lose our colors. 'Just then the infantry had to ordeals to those which conli retire and the gunners had to neutal countries are suffering. 'The sight of old women and leave their guns, but the drivers men fleeing from village to village were so proud of their guns that young mothers with babies in they went and got them out and arms with their few personal ef we retired to St. Quentin. We ten were fects on their backs, or some for had a rollcall and orl and left out of my battery. This was tunat.' cases with their the aged the battle in wheih por Winchesc .atlels surrounding old Cornwall boy) lost his grandmother stored away in an ter by a nag too life in trying to get tlr? gun away old farm cart, drawn venerable to be of service to the It Always DoksTiie Wokk -- tate; this is seen daily. Picture "I like Chamberlain's Cough to yourselves our night marclu s Remedy better than any otlur," with burning villages on all sides writes It IS. Roberts, Homer City s.'t Ihe lo by German shells and Pa "Ihive taken it off and on for the Germans have been rather years and it has never faded to For cireless whether their shell give the desired results." by all dealers. struck fortified arid defended posi-t- i ale In some case.4-th)os or open ones At a recent festive meeting a fires were caused intentional!) marrieJ man, who ought to have by marauding patrols. known better, proposed: ' Do not imagine that things a e "To the Ladies The beings uct gomg well with us. We areal who divide our sorrows, double satisfied and confident of the end: our joys and treble our expenses-.Upon which a lady proposed: but at the same time the only possible end can be gained by sac ''The Gentlemen The sensa-tivhome rifice on the part of those at individuals who divide our only. All is well with me person time, double our cares and treble ally: I have a busy time, but it ir our troubles." rPl.r. impvioH man rtasspd out. most interesting work. Guardsman, A Coldstream, A TEXAS VVONUER. writing of the fighting near the compare.' forest of Ccmpiogne, The Texas Wonder cures kidney the sight of the Germans issuing aud bladc'er troubles, removing from the trees to a cup final crowd Igrauel, cures dianets, weak and ot tne moneys at the Crystal Palace. all irregularities women. men and You couldn't miss them. Our and in boty ullt-ts them but Regulates bladder troubles in ploughed iuto still they came for us. I was well children. If not sold by your Mitrenched and my rifl; got so hoi druggist, will be seut by mail on I could hardly hold it. I was receipt of i.oo. One small bottle wondering if I should have enough in two months treatment, nd sel bullets whei a pil shouted, "Up dom tails to perfect a cure. S"nd Oiinrds add and at 'em." The for testimonials from his and other next second he was rolled o'erwiih states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Sold a nasty Knock on the shoulder . He Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. get by Druggist. jumped up and hissed "Let me was .a ill them." His language "Why'do so many women rest stronger than that bit "When we really did get the their chins on their hands when order to get at them we made no they are tryiugto thing?" mistake I can tell you. Thev "To bold their mouths shut so cringed at the baj'onet but those they won't disturb themselyes." on our ltft wing tried to get YOUR STOMACH AND LlVEVc around us an after racing as hard KEEP HEALTHY as we could for quite three hunvigorous Stomach, perlect A dred yards we cut up nearly every working Liver and 'regular acting man who did not runaway." Bowels is guaranteed if you will Referring to the cavalry he use Dr. King's Now Life Pills corwrites: "lou nave Heard ot the They insure good Digestion, exand have an charge of the light Brigade. It rect Constipation on the whole tonic effect It was nothing to our chaps I saw cellent Purify your blood and system two of our fellows who were rid you of all body poisons through stand back to back and the Bowels. Only 25c. s'j your slash away with their swords, Druggist. sup-po- it sup-,ioit as they I b.ird. BBTHEStfaOEaiS3as3'S'CH'aB&;i LrLcL To the TAX Payers of Rockcastle County, please meet me or one of my deputies at the following times and places to settle your Tax for the year of J 9 14: At At At At At ADF Saturday, BRODHEAD, Tuesday, CONWAY, WILDIE, Wednesday, Thursday, ROCKFORD,; Payne & Abney's Store, Friday, Saturday, At CLIMAX, At LIVINGSTON, Wednesday, Thursday, At ORLANDO, Friday, At OTTAWA, At Muffin's Station, Saturday, At F.M. Ponder's Store, Monday, Tuesday, At PONGO, Wednesday, At QUAIL, At LEVEL GREEN, Saturday, Nov. 7 Nov. JO Nov. J J Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 25 Nov. 28 Please meet me at the above places and settle as your Tax is past due and the penalty comes on December 1st. Dont let the time slip upon you and blame me for I am notifying you in time. I must collect as the law directs. I don't vant to cause you any trouble, but all who fail to pay by December 1st will be advertised. I had to make bond for the tax and I canft let my bondsmen suffer, so please meet me and settle and save cost and trouble. CAM MULLINS, S.R C. J.C-McCLAR- Y UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER W vU Mith DlajnondwiS The doll v WmA k. Drop Tip (-.- n Scanford, Ktlt The New Pads For SWAM! fK-Now fieacfy : &mm. Fall You. Hats For gsz2 Mount Vernon Monumental r$&o$yd& & yfi&e&xd " WORKS e of and ana Monuments of all kinds. Estimates furnished gg on application. Manufacturers LlKAIMVILLCL UVVLIHO I UNDERTAKER J I SI Brodhead Ky $ GEO. OWENS Propr. Poue 11 2 fMail, phone U COMPLETE LINE tCoffins, Gaskets and Robes Telegraph or Te'.e-- . orders Promptly Filled zK&s-cSbe RHEUMAT IO SUFFERERS SHOULD USE ? :$3ic$Toe$: Rheumatism LUMBAGO. SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURALGIA AISD KIDNEY TROUBLES. The Best Remedy' Fop ail forms of Ptntgradfi All Kinds and Sizes HSfEE STOP THE k Gives Quick Rellefi K Other Ramedy. una 11 PAINM CwWEi Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co.. lMieSW.LakSUCHICAQO' AMPUC Pictures Framed and Enlarged. Kodak Pictures Finished. First-Clas- s Work Guaranteed. "S'DROPS" ntEE ON REQUtST Vld O J.SVO O J-- S J VI S,M3H0I31J HOVO Aiq neipiiiio d Axq neipixiEo S.H3H3131J HOJ fin-hors- I 1 I Saturdays Eberhart ONLY - Manis Building OPEN STUDIO 1 uu N m& .nMSiAMii i ' ' Wm. Mullins has moved his Better clothes for boys at Fish's. SPECIA L C(UllSS10NElt 'S family from Brentwood, Tenn , SALE Fish's. Peanuts would prove a paying Plaintiff. back to Mb. Vernon. crop if taken up bv our funnels. R. L. McFerrou Rob Cox's flue cow died this Saturday. Mt. Vernon, Ky Oct. 9. 1914 VS.-morning. "Old Cull" says he woulu run Buv "Star Brand" Shoes and James Maret, the Boone Way B. Mobley, Smith KeUey up No. 7Q" wtten- T7Q get the best that s made J. Fish for office of dog pelter at next apostle is at Bristol, attending the ' wan toCommurxl- , 7 j Big bargains in Ladies and and Son. Deiendants. election if lie thought some body and C. Rice. Jr , good roads meeting. If everyone cute with S1QNAL Cbildrens Coats at Fish's. By virtue of an order and judgwould be willing to sign his bond in Rockcastle took the same interI tII Supt. V. A. B. Davis received Roy Brittpn has rented rooms of that ment of the Rockcastle Quarterly est and did the mine amount of for the proper discharge check Monday for the teachers' ovei D. C, Price's store. oflicers dutv should he be elected. Court, rendtred at its September work for Boone Way that Mr. tirst mouth's pay. Term, 1914, I, as Special CommisCol. William How ml was over 1 he writer thought ne was in sioner of paid court, will, on the Maret does, there would be no Geo. Pitmau was vevy painfully from Richmond Wednesday on q uestion about that great thorough- hurt last Tuesday at Spardis by the premium list when he raised 26th day of October, 11)14, between, fare being placed upon the map j business. on one vine the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. an LOUtSVILLC 4. Nashvilic R R.Co. a stone falling from top of cut and 'three pumpkins ana Deiore tne eyes 01 tne peowill Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sutton striking him in the side and foot. weighing a total of 75 p muds, lie 4o'clock p. m. at the front door of ple of every state TIME TABLE. in the Union. occupy two rooms in R. A. Sparks j.ave it up when C. A. Davis haul- the Courthouse, in Mt. Vernou, Rockcastle citizens and the people Those who expect to take ad- ed in a 76 pounder Monday. ....... 22 ucith P during the winter. residence Rockcastle County, Kentucky, all over vantage of our club offer as adver24 north the entire route should ap - ' & 3:53 a10 Round trip to Louisville $4 10 tised on Mr. R L McFerrou is in receipt expose at public sale, to the high- preciate last page should do to at 23 south the efforts of this 11:39 a m following describ bidder, Oct. 9th, limited to three das, 21 South citizen for the good if am account fall race meeting, Church- onct, as this offer only holds good of a letter from Mr. Robt. Spence est property,the 12:19 ed viz., 1 Cratz Boiler agent for the United States for a short time. his country. If the present genJas. Landrum, Agent. ill Downs. power, and Station, located at Berea, and Engine, era tio a does not live to enjey the A merchant trying to sell goods who was doing experimental work 1 Saw Rig, Saw and Carriage, and Phone No. 8. Round trip to Lexington $3.15 without advertising fruits of his labors in behalf of is like a lawduring the institute, in which Belts and all appurtenances there- this important 2i, limited to Oct. 25th. yer Entered at Oie Alt Veruon, Ky. PostolHce Oct. road, there is no trying to practice law without he says that Mr McFerrou has unto belonging. mail mutter. as fctcouJ-ciaj- s Account Kentucky Sunday School a law book. He may do a doubt but that future general ions little the best crop of com hi Ins seen The amount of money to be will, Association. and let it come when it may, but it will be liitle. in all his travels. This corn field made is as follows: PERSONAL and in whatever form it may; to A night view of the town fioni $200.00, with interest from the What is the difference between a is in the edge of town and here is James Maret will be due much of to have school house mount or Town hill summer squash and a cymbling? another otiidence of .what Rock- 2Sthdav of April, 1O14, and the Ray Clontz is reported credit, for he is the mau who' brings out the electric lights to a By the way did yuu ever see the castle farmers can do if thuy only cost of this action. typhoid. named it and has placed it where! fine advantage. Its a pretty sight. TEIUIS: word cymbiing in a dictionary. trv. A little more up McKinley Peiciful, who has ty. Said sale will be made on a it auuiuo LUUil phoid is improving. Lucas Brodhead, aged 70, a Isn't it shown in the old "blue farming is all Rockcastle needs to laiso the agricultural side many credit of Three Months. Bond Miss Mvrtle Bryant who has wealthy citizen of Woodford coun- back speller?" Foil bALE: A house and about with approved security will be re- 4 acres of land in Livingston, folds. ty, died on the 2nd iust. The haa typhoid is better. Ky Shed Corn. The Governn ent quired, beariug interest at the A bargain if sold at once, easy town of Brodhead, this county Rnd other experts strongly advise Tonkd Ui Wnof.K System. Jim Johnson has been very sick rate of 6 per cent from date until terms. For was named for him. Suits of extraordifurther information, with lever. farmers to select their seed corn fof several days "Chamberlain's Tablets have paid, and having the force aud ef- call on or address me at Livings The first open meeting of the now. They claim it best to select done more for me than I ever darnary character , style Russel Pioctor was home from fect of a judgment. ton, Ky. will be held this it from the field and that it is pre- ed hope for,' writes Mrs. Esther Woman's Club Winchester first of the week. and quality. Yes, at This the 24th day of September Sept. T. J. Pennington. evening at the home of Mrs. K. ferable to take it from stalks that Mae Baker, Speneerport, N. Y. IQl4. Miss Veronica Thompson of a price that is cerbottles, of these "I used . The hostesses will bear two earc claiming that "like tablets aseveral this S. Albri-htCAM MULLINS, They Londo.i, is with relatives here few months ago. tainly extraordinary. Tickling the throat, horseness, be Mrs. Albright, Miss Rowlee produces like.' This manner of not only curek me of bilisus atSpecial Commissioner. 3t. week. loss of voice, indicate the need of getting seed corn is claimed to tacks, sick headaches and that and Miss Ma; tineau. Mrs. Felan Warren is reported The truth is we're Ii vour child starts in its sleep, Ballauo's Horehound Syrup. se'ect-jntired out feeling, but toned up It eaees the lungs; quiets cough Noticu: A meeting of the have many advantages over in Atchison. very low at her home my whole system." For sale by grinds its teeth while sleeping, offering suits at $15 in from the crio. of the Mt. Board of Directors picks at the nose, has a bad breath and restores health in thebronchial Kansas. all dealers. that a tailor can not tickles appetite, pale complexion tubes. Prices 25c, 00c aud $l.oo London, Ky., Oct. U The dead Miss McCord and Mrs. Mac Vernon Fair Association is called Back in his early days old Cull and dark rings und- r the eyes; it per bottle. Sold by John Robins, produce under $20. millan spent a portion of the week for next Wed nesday af teanoon at 1 body of Dr. C. L. Troutman, a played the part of prodigal son has worms; and as long as they re- Brodhead, Ky. o'clock ). 111. in the office of Atty. well known physician, was found in Danville. Wanted: Farm, approximateand wrote back to the old mau on main in the intestines, that child In style, material, E. R. Gentry m Mt Vernon, Ky. on the street not far from his will be sickly. WHITE'S Cream ly loo acres, modern improve Mrs. R. B. Mullins and Master one occasion: V. H. Fish, Sec. home at East Bernstadt, five miles tailoiing and effect Vkrmii-uoclears out the worms, are with Dr. and Mr. "I got religion at camp meeting strengthens the stomach and bow- ments, close to school and railyou'll liud our $15 R W. Dvche. Will pay cash. Arthur Mod Mullins, son of the north of here, about 2 o'clock this the other day. Send me ten dol- els and puts the little one on the road. Write moyniijg. Four bullet wounds lars." suits extreme values. Great Southern Hotel Miss Cromer, late J. C. Mullins, and the young road to health and cheerfulness. room 331 Gran Mink and were found in his body. Price 25c per bottle. Sold by John Gulfport, Miss. , But the old man replied: daughter of Ad Cromer were mai-ru'- d man who was m j ill in Mt. VerSeveral shots wi re heard at that Robins, Brodhead, Ky. You get a guaran ago for non only a few weeks "Religion is free. You got the yesterday morning. point last night about 10 o'clock. Stkayed A cow, solid red tee and satisfaction Mrs. Raymond Jett of Madison shooting and wounding his uncle, He is thought to have been as uts wrong kind." Tom Mod MuH'ms, shot and latallv color, smooth, weight about 1,000 when you get a County is with her parents, Mr. Having rented my farm I will wounded George Shelto.--i in Jack- siuated on his way home. pounds, wore bell with home-mad- e and Mrs. W. L. Richards. on Wednesday. October 21, offer Officers from heie failed to find PISH LABEL son county Wednesday night. No chain collar, right bag largest. tor sale at my place on Tor Infants and Children-- . Miss Jssee Mae Brown of Nash Kenfroe's a clew to the crime this morring. Notify and receive reward. in your coat. Mrs. D. particulars as to the tragedy. il! The Kind You Have Always Bought Creek the following: is with her sister, J. H. Clark. Pine Hill, Ky. 2o head of young cattle, 3 regisC. H. Mullins has Ldgar Allen for the winter. sola a half rvfcfarland Memorial PresbyBears A small thing to terian Church. to R. Will Lewis has a position with Unterest in his Tailor shop All parties holding claims tered male jersey calves, about fi Signature look for and a big against the estate of S. Riddle, de months old, some registered heifThe following sor vices will be the L. & N. near Falmouth and Gregory of London. Mr Gregers, 6 to 9 months old. 4 good will have charge of the busi- held next Sunday; ory thine: to find. lias moved his family there. ceased, will present same to me at m icn cowj, 1 iuu oioodeu jersey ness and w.U be prepared to give proven. Sabbath School fl.U p.m. one?, properly I'. G. Baker is in Louisville and cow, with first calf, 2 best brood at all. Come in to day and Morning Service J. M. Craig, Cincinnati buying goods (or Iih the very best of ser-ic- e 11.00 r.m. Mt. Vernon has and should hau Christian Endfavor 0.80 p.m. Admr. mares in the county, full sisters, Sept. mammoth Main street store. try on some of the 4 and 5 years old, dapple grays, pressing shop and au Night Service 7.30 p.m. Mrs. R. L. Beasley is teaching newest A valuable dressing loe flesh them a Our big Rally Day will be held wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, goou workers and well broke to the Pine Hill school during the ill- the people should give liberal patronago. next Sunday in conjunction with rash, chafed shin, is Ballard's drive single or double. One aged ness cf Miss Myrtle Bryant. past, horse, Snow Liniment, it is both heal mare, 1 two year-ol- d Bettye Pike and daughter There is too much tobacco and tho Sabbath School. If you are Mrs ing and antiseptic Price 2sc, natural saddler, 1 two past filly, seeking a progressive Sabbath Alma who has been very sick with too much cottcn but not enough anlc $1.00 per bottle. Sold by John natural saddler, 2 yearling past School visit ours. We bae a Robins, Brodhead. Ky. pneuu.onia returned home Tues wheat this ear. Never in the mule colts; 2 last spring mule Ins forps of comjotent. history 01 the grain market in everything worn day. colts: 1 three past stalliou, by Sidi price for cash October wheat been teachers, and our system of orStuck-U- p 1(5 hands high, well broke, a by mankind. Dr. II. V. Pennington of Lonboy ganization is based upon scientific don was here Wednesday to see quite so high. Never has the out- principles. After the can handle hiui, broke to drive morning single or double Elmer Perciful who has an attack look been more favorable for a sermon some new members will 15 head regisWE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY." coming crop of big price for the of appendicitis. tered Duroc hog; lo gilts with be welcomed, and the sacrament piS: 5 male shoats, 60 to loo lbs. Mrs. Mamie O'dhani left Tues- wheat. Europe will produce no of the Lord's Supper administer wheat in V.hb and now is the time I good wagon, 1 new day morning for Dugold, Canada, fX& ?x i Prtf for the American farmer to sow ed. Bird sell wagon bed. to stay with her brother who is Tne C. E. will be tinder the jgsai wheat. TERMS of sale made known on """!!!! ''!J depot agent there. leadership of Miss Stewart. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. day of sale. Charley Thompson writes that J. Fish & Son are getting up a The night service vill const i S888S G. S. GRIFFIN. he is better and hopes to be able collection of .corn to display in tute an effort to proclaim the gos- ::::: ill f H. C. Tones, Auctioneer. to return to his place in the their corner window. They would pel in song and story. Uouie to Peoples Bank by November 1st. like very much to have the prize these services and test the quality '''"..'".Jr.- ' every farm in of our fellowship. C. C. Miss ear ot corn from Mr. Cromer and Rev. John M. Macmil'an. Nanni-- s Kir'oy, were married yes- Rockcastle County to use in this are be?t noticed nowadays display. Each ear will be promptthe home of the bride. 3 terday, at ML I Notice: For the benefit of the X RICHMOND, KY. on the walls of the rooms ftrlH ft Rev. Clouse performed the cere- ly labeled showing who rai ed it. If patrons of the Mt. Vernon Power A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS where our new Wall Papyou have not already brought your Co., mony. we desire to state, that lamps Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life ers have been used.. They prize ear in they will be glad to and fuses State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kencan be had by calling at Mrs. S. J. Kinley had a very se tucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition have it when you come in Satur represent the very latest in 1 Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new Rrvs-S- n tne Signal office. I is a very vere attack ot rheumatism Tues1 Wall Paper designs and col model school, new manual training building, practice day. simple operation to change a lamp school, department of agriculture, a well equipped day night and is in a serious conWe have some exoriugs. gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Terra begins dition at the home of her daughter In our last weeks issue we fail- or put in a new fuse when onogoes September 7. Second Term November 10, Third Term clusive patterns for Parlors. January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens ed to mention the marriage of Miss dead. Every patron should learn Mrs James Winstead. June 14, Catalogue Free. j. ,;. cR.viiHK, President. Reception - Rooms, Dining-Roomand W. Emmet how to look after the fuses epecial-lWin. Bullock, who recently Clara DeBord s and TI and we would suggest that each made a trip west met up with Jas Anderson which was solemnized Halls You save money by BAKING POWDER Maret who is running a hotel in on Saturday, Sept. 20th at "With home or business house having buving here. Kansas. Mr. M. is a ers, this county. Miss DeBord is lights, keep one or two of thes? Atchison Maret a a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm j. fuses on hand. When your lamps son of the late William Opptsite Court House, Maret and a DeBord of Walnut Grove, Pulaski go dark remember nine times out son of Mitchell better work. SimCounty, and a leading teacher of of ten it is the fuse, the other time c( je(3ed0C303K3JC8C brother of Alvab Maret. ply follow your custhis county. Mr. Anderson is a may be a lamp but most likely it tomary method of preConover LOCAL model young man and holds a po- is a fuse the tenth time. The paration add a little sition with Woodo.ll & Mullins at manager of the Power Co. intends less of Calumet than Just received a big line of Mens Withers, where they will reside that the people shall have service, MT. VERNON, KY, ft when using ordinary and Boys fine clothing. for the present. 1 he Signal joins but it is not a part of his duty or Then baking powder. Fron tRooms over Baker's Store i ZTiE' j ttflltf' 1ifflBr Sutton & McBee. with tneir many friends in wish- obligation to go and change a fuse Phone 49-; $ watch the result. or lamp when one. goes bad. To Light, fluffy, and evenJohn Graves, aged G6, has made ing them a long and happy life. try to keep all fuses and lamps more gocd roads this year than ly raised the baking Appalachian over town going, would be a conThe Southern ' C. any other man in the county. ' He Good Roads Association met in comes from the oven ATTORNHY-AT-LAsiderable task for one man. We is an overseer on three highways. Bristol Tuesday and continues un more tempting, tastier, sliall be glad to go any where in 1 MT. VERNON. KY. more wholesome. The best equipped town and show any one who does The protracted meeting that til v On 2nd. floor fo Calumet insures the was ts begin at Cove last Saturday speakers in the country will ad uot understand how tp make the The Bank ot' Mt. Vernon , on Church baking of an expert. Ask you can most surely depend upon night did not begin at that time dress the Convention on qnestions changes, but to simply answer a s'.reet. Special attention given your grocer tfidajj, but will begin next Sunday night, of Construction and Maintenance call to change a fuse or bring a to collections. in time of trouble is your bank ac&&M Received of roads, State and Federal Aid, lamp and put up, a Oct. nth. Phone No. 80 nominalcharge Highest Better the use of Convicts in road build- - will be made for each call. We count to acquire a . V "l j,.io Awards uouna trip 10 iouisvuie ing Natiouai and Scenic roadS) make this statement so that our big one by depositing you have Oct. 18 19 2o, limited to Oct. 25th, and other kindred World's Pnre questions of patrons will understand Food Exposiand we Mt-Vernoaccount uranu uougeoi rveniucey intense interest Hon. R. C. Ter- in It has the only real continuous tion, Chicago, trust will profit by the suggestion. Illinois. Free Masons and Grand Chapter Ul Uommissonel, of Good Roads The expense door opening. You'll Find the necessity of thinking beiore of having some one Hoops made of tested steel. Paris Exposi of Kentucky RoyalI Arch Masons. 0f Kentucky made an address on come from the Power Co. to do paying a great Incentive to saving. When tion, France, Hoops can be adjusted from lad.March, 1912. Davis Tuesday. The delegates will be what you could do yourself in less Some Pumpkin. "C.-A- . ' der front door frame. trouble conies what you have been prevented 0 Doors made of California Redhas on exhibition at W. A. Mc - j motored over the pikes of Sullivau time than it would take to do the from frittering away will make a comfortable I 'SHKrr. 7.miG PC wood, "The Wood Eternal." CHIC Kenzie's restaurant a 76 pound County and to the Slate Convict telephone, we consider unmces-- i The location of our factory givea ua balance . lowest freight from mills to factory, and from facCounty, sary. pumpkin which he raised in a Camp in Washington tory to you. Git a btllir Silt and Savi money by Ton don't tare money wnen yon lay encap or bif eta for catalog and prices. writing ua of bikinr powder. Don't be muled. Bar Calumet. It'i Maret is E. S. Albright, Manager, cornfield adjoining Mt. Vernon Virginia, today. Jas LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. s more economical more vrnoluome firea Deurcsmu. (Incorporated) Calumet ii far mpenor to our mule and oaa. there in the interest of Boonewav. Mt. Vkrnox Power Co quarry. UnUUE- !- MT. VERNON SIGNAL Base Ball Score Cards Free at Don't forget to bring or send your prize ear of corn to Fish's W. 79 I " IV I I 5-- 4 self-sacrifici- nt 2o-hors- e h-r- e i9-2- o FISH'S SPECIAL I to-dat- e $15 Suits l8-3- t. g m - e SALE ASTORIA - "oiWS 25-3- L up-to-da- te FALL STYLES eoiu-ivute- rmsmgL Styles two-hors- e I r . -- f j Tl5 fcfcv Economical in More y" JH TtftfSbR9ia 1( I and Cost I y iCALUFl-.- s, Bed-Room- And it does c.c.cox, P. H. Dentist $ n I ilUII 81 M Williams, to-da- The Helping Hand start what n- 1 f""k a A The Bank of -- to-d- The Bank Mt. Vernon 1 .Q.tWIF. r- -- saJ OU R TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION At Mt. Vernon on Friday Oc- Grca t Money -- saving Co itiniiitfinAn tf tober 1 1 6, 1 914 0.00 to IO.O5 Song, a 1 reareains Ij 1O.O5 to 10. 1 5 1O.2O Association Devotional, Bro. Macmillian to 0 2O Song, Primary Dept. to IO.25 Words of Welcome, ifJ. 15 1 Mr. C. C. Davis. 1O.25 to Al! Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will Be Appreciated By Every Member of Your Family i0.20toto iO 1 This BSG OFFER Consists of THE MT. VKI1XOX SIGNAL, TRIO CINCINNATI TO-DAY'- deputy sheriff was here Tuesday Primary Arith collecting taxc. Wm. Hurst was metic, Class, Miss McFerron in Mt. Vernon last Tuesday on 45 to 1.00 Sight Reeding. 1O.45 i0.3" Response. Mr. Guy Roberts. Sams and two little daughters, returned to their home at Paris last" Wednesday. Thev were accoin-- , pauied by Mrs Sams' bister, Mrs.' Smith Weaver J. M. BroUes. was over from Clarence last Sunday. Misses Viola and Ka'e De- -' Bord spent from Friday till Sun-- ' day with their cousin, Roscoe; Colyer at Crab Orchard Mr. ana Mrs. W. E Anderson spent Sat ' urday and Sunday with Mrs An-- ' derf oil's parents, Mr and Mrs I a Children Cry for Fletcher's I Class, 11.OO to li 11 15 15 WEEKLY ENQCIREK, THE FARM AND FIRESIDE, SEMI MOXTIILY, MAGAZINE, MONTHLY. ROYS' MAGAPJNE, MONTHLY, HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL AXD FLORAL LIFE, MONTHLY. S to 11.3O OUR SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICE O N FOR ALL SIX, EACH ONE YEAR $1.65 .Never before lias such a remarkable group of leading publications been ottered in combination wilh The Skjxal. Each one is a leader in its chosen field and gees into the home of millions of satisfied readers. Why not make home life really at.rnctive by providing jxoodliteratere that can be enjoyed especially prepared this combination o tmeet these requireby all the family 'i We a pi ice within leach of every one desiring tlie very best. ments, and all at This offer is open to all, both old and new subscribers. If you are at present a subscriber to any of the above send in your order, and your subscriprion will be extended from the dato it exsires. Please remember our agreement with these publishers i limited, and we reserve the right to withdraw this offer without furcher notice. Theiefere, OTR MOTTO IS, take advantage now while the opportunity is afforded you. We can conscientiously recommend ibis otter to all our reoders and feel satisfied you will be more than deligh'ed with the investment. It is impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, however, that they may be seen on display al our office li you want to keep posted on the war, place your order early The Srgnal will have from two to four columns of the latest war news each week, and fn the weekly Enquirer you will get in condensed form the war news of the entire week. This ofkr applies on new or past due subscriptions to the Signal AS! das here last week. Wm. H. Brown was in Crab OrI1.45 to 12 00 Knowing aud chard, Wednesday and Thurs lay, Miss McUord Guessing, with his son W. J Edgrtr Mul l.UNCH AND EXHIBIT. lins was down from Mt. Vernon i 3O to i 35 Song, last Monday en business- .- Charks Intermediate Dept. aud John Burnett, ot Oca la, spent 1.35 to I.50 Fractions, Class, Sunday with relatives here. J P. Miss Watson Mullins, Fifth Grade, who has been so seriousto 2.O5 Primary History, ly ill for the past month is imClass, Mrs. Mullins proving and his many friends 2O Advanced History, 2.O5 to 2 to see him out again.--- B. F. Miss Bradley Catron, Class, of Jamestown, spent last 2.20 to 2.25 Song, week with his sifter. Mrs. W. !". Langdon Chorus Class DeBord. Mrs. J. R. C Lathi m 2.25 to 2.40 Nature Study, Class, has been very sick for u few days Mrs. Fishback H. D Buruett, of Lynncamp, 2.4O to 3 00 Roll Call and Discuspent Saturday with Mrs. O. L. sion of Course of Study aud Hatchet. Mr.! and Mrs. R. H. Brown and little son, Olhe, visited Daily Program. the Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Brown, at Mi. 3. oO to 3 45 Address. Vernon, last Friday. There will Prof. T. J. Coates be services at Friendship next 3 45 to 4.3O Baskkt Ball Game, Saturday night, conducted by VV Mt. Vernon vs. Brodhead. V Anderson. It will be remem beivd that Bro. Anderson assisted PRIZES FOR EXHIBIT. in the revival here this fall and Best cooked article, . 5OC that he is a very interesting 50c . Best piece of sewing, speaker. . . Best drawing . 50c Mr. W. I. Dooley School, 11:30 to 11 45 business. Miss Mary Jones, who is attending school at Mt. Vernon, Grading, and her little nephew, Charles Mr. J. S. Irvine bpivey, spent last week with honu-folk- s Relat'cti of Play to C. M. Nelson, of here. Miss Colsou Clarkston, Washington, soeut Attendance, Miss Laudrum The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lias been in use for over I0 years, has borne the sijrnatnre of and has been made xuuler his per-tfsonal sunerision since its infancy. Jjfyt Allow no one to dceeh'e yon in this. W are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle, with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment -- Jut-as-joo- d" sjveml goric, Drops and Soothing Scraps. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Mihslaiiec. Us age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and alia . Feverisliness. For more than thirty years it lias hern in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flafuieney, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Dianiura. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural Sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is snhstitute for Castor harmless Castorht is a. Oil, Pare- gENUBNE GASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS arc-gla- LfrLscflf'&c The Kind You flaye Always Bought In Use Fop Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMAMV NEW VOBK CITV. WHEN YOU WANT Best piece of woodwork Best attendance from any school . Best exhibit as a whole . m . . f0c HOPELESS LUNG TKOUBLB CURKL Many recoveries from Lung $1.00 Troubles are due to Dr. Bell's 1 1)0 Pine-Tar-Hone- General Merchandise Orders RJIust Be bailed To The Judges : Misses McCord and Rowlee, and Prof. Coates. NEEDS ATTRN TION MT VERNON S GNAL $ PEOPLUS YOUR FALL COLD $ BANK $ A Straw $ will Show the ! Way $ the Wind Blows Have you" Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ $ Why Is'ot Publish It? When you want a fact to become generally known, the right way is to publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru, Ind.. was troubled with belching, sour stomach and freqdent headaches. She writes, "I feel it mv duty to tell others what Chain net Iain's Tablets haw done forme. The have helped my uigcauuu anu ruguiaieu uiy Dowels Since using them I have been entirely well." For sale by all dealers. ROCKCASTLE QUARTERLY COURT $ $ COMMISSIONER'S T. SALE SAFE AND SOLID there's a reason. $ M. Smith and S. F. Smith Plaintiffs, Every Banking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ OJ? KOCKCASTLE OOUNTTY i j$ Use Us $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ TFi you have - i ti rr- - m -- ucj a?1 8fV KABO The Lire Model' CORSET Style is an average figure corset, made of corded batiste. Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at a rubber gore in bottom of back section, lias very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has h front clasp. Back wires have featherbone at bottom. Has three pairs of supporters. COH 9J4-inc- money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fit, comup-to-d- ate to spend your VS. SALE Dan F. Miller and Uattie C. Miller Defendants. The undersigned Special Commissioner for the Rockcastle Quarterly Court, will, 011 the 5th day of October, igi4, on the farm of Jonas Pittman, near Level Green, Rockcastle countv, Kentucky, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. 111. and 4 o'clock p. m., offer tor sale the following de scribed personal property, 1 power Nagle boiler; " " 1 20- Erie engine ; mounted on 1 Trever Heading Saw and Rig complete; 1 Drag Saw, complete; 1 Bolting Saw, complete; 1 Edging Saw. complete; All belting, line shafting, pulleys, etc. to-wi- t: 30-hor- se Boiler-portable- TERMS: Said sale will he credit of Three made months, on a bond with approved surety, at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment. CAM MULLINS. Special Commissioner. Sept. I5, 1914. APPLY SLOAN 'S FREELY FOR BAGO. . LUM- - j jT& - fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. w . Price S3.00 .JCn- "For bale by Attorneys at Law A. B. FURNISH BETHURUM & LEWIS Offices in Bethurum BIdjr. Will practice in all the Couits. CASTORIA Cliliaren Cry O A S310 R I A FOR FLETCHER'S Oliildreix Cry FOR FLETCHERS You can relieve them al most instantly by a simple application of Sloan's Liniment on the bads and loins. Lumbago is a iorm of rheumatism, and yields perfectly to Sloan's which penetrates quickly all in through the sore, tender muscles, limber up the back and makes it feel fine. Get a bottle or'Sloan-Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it s Your attacks of Lumbago are not nearly so hopeless as they seem. in the house -- rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. and swollen joints, against colds, sore No use to fuss and try ti wear Ii will will wear yon out instead. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, relief follow quickly. 4. It checks your Cold and Soothes your Cough away. P.easant, and Healing. Children GRADED SCHOOL NOTES. like it. Get a 5oc. bottle of Dr. Our first month of school ha-ju- st King's New Discovery and keej) it in the house. '"Our family Cough closed with an attendance of and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis two hundred ninety-five- . This is Chamberlain, Manchester, Ohio. an increase of ten Chas. C. Davis over the first Chas. C. Davis Money back if not satisfied, but it Mt .Vernon month of last year and forty-si.- x nearly always helps. Mt. Vernon 3 Ky. ov.er the first month two years ago. So you see we are growing in at HOPEWELL tendance as well as otherwise. Rev. Carmical filled his tegular The school work, as a whole, has thirty-nine-is Phone appointment at Sinking Valley been the best we have had. The Saturday and Sunday Miss pupils are at work in school and 7 o'clock and open shop Nettie Marler spent Sunday with out. Evervbodv is hiisv Wc. t appreciate the interest Miss Delia Hayes. The pie open shop till 9 o'clock p, rru and aid of Hopewell last Saturday all the parents Lt s all work night was largely attended and harder next month. are cordially welcome in our Those who do not make grade;-beloall present report a nice time. place Miss Bertha Carmical spent Sat any time during our shop seventy five per cent and urday night aud Sunday with who have neither been tardy nor hours. to sell you Berry absent and whose average grade is Miss Isabelle Ping. oh anything yon Ping and Miss Cecil of eighty-fivor more and whose deWalnut Grove, spent Saturday portment is ninety or more, are how we do like to sell you you and Sunday with their sister Miss placed on our Honor Role winch is Let us show you, do Isabelle, at this place. Mr. J as. as follows : Niceley and family of Mt. Vernon Primer : spent Sunday night with Mr. Katherine Welch and C. Niceleys' father at this place. Russel Ramsey; Wm. Poynter of First Grade : Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Shopville, spent Tuesday with Fannie McFerron and Mary Charles Carmical. Mrs. Grace Bryant. Arnold spent Friday with her Second Grade : brother, John Kirby. Rev. CarNellie Cox. mical is holding a series of meet Third Grade : ing at Maple Grove. Robert Cummins and Karl Davis. What Would You Do? Fourth Grade : There aie many times when ons Ina Meadows, Reca Hysinger man questions another's actio a and Lillian Griffin. and motives. Men act different . Fifth Grade : under different circumstance The question is, what would yo Eva Cummins, Nora Orton, do right now if yru had a sever" Everett Bryant, BerthaDebord "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have recold? Could you do better than t Jes.,e Debord, Flora Brown, ceived from the use of Thedford's writes take Chamberlain's Cough RemMargaret SparKs, Verlia HamMrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. edy? It is highly recommendtd ilton, Edna Davis, Fay by people who have used it for "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, years and kuows its value. Mrs. and Hazel Parrott. liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht says, Sixth Grade : O. E. Sargent, Pern, Ind., saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Mattie Lewis. they went in on her, but one good Jose of Thedford's worth its weight in gold and I Black-Draug- ht : made them break out, and she has had no take pleasure in recommending Seventh Grade Virginia Crawford and Isasale by all dealers more trouble. I shall never be without it." For bella Cummins. Eighth Grade : FOR FLETCHER'S Will Davis, Maggie Livesay, Ardilla Brown and Cinnie Cummins, LEYEL MUEEfl. High School : Mrs. Lula Umlauf aud Jennie Ella Mae McKenzie, Verna in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- Robius returned to Mt. Vernon Welsh, Elizabeth Puiliam. & ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar last Friday after a two weeks' stay Sydney Crawford, Cecilia has proved itself a safe, gl ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht with triends and relatives here. Walton, Emma Taylor, Ruth g reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. Mrs. J. N. Brown is visiting her Litton, Ralph Griffin, Richand R. L., in Somerset. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- sons, T. J. ard Cox and May Upton. D. R. Gentry was called home Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e We are proud of these pupils. Friday to conduct the fuueral Watch this column next month. last years of splendid success proves its value. Good for services ol Mrs. Wilnioth Elder at g, young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. G. W. Shells, who Providence. FOR FLETCHER'S has been- - verv sick is able to be iffc again. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. out it out. Au-ticept- Lungs, checks the CoPgh and fives relief at once.-W. S Willi ins, Gates, N. C. writes: "I used Dr. Bells Pine-Ta- r Honey in a case given up as hopeless and it effected a complete cure." Get a hottloof Dr. Bell's Pir.e-Ta- r Honey. If your cough is dr and hacking let it trickle down the throat, you will surely get relie! Only 2;")c at vour Druggist. Mr. It strengthen-th- e Farm implement s CO TO JONAS" IMcKENZIE THE 3LD ic BSLIABLC DRUGS No, (39) at My We am. sup-pera- run You at --- We don't want si-to- r, e don't want, but, my what DAVIS want CHAS. Mt. Ky. Saved GirFs Life Black-Draught," Mc-Clu- ie ft Children Cry cASTOIA Black-draugH- T J J 5 S Children Cry J J J 5 t A CASTORIA